Arden Villa in the north of France has become the world’s largest burger village, and it has become one of the first places to offer the same breakfast and lunch options to its customers outside the comfort of the home.
The restaurant, which opened in May 2016 and is now the largest burger in Europe, serves its customers a range of burgers and sandwiches, all of which are sold for €10-15 per person.
It is also the first place in the world to offer breakfast and evening meals.
Arden Villa’s owner, Georges de Ville, says the restaurant offers the same menu as his favourite restaurants around the world, and offers an array of local beers on tap, with a variety of other local and imported beers on offer as well.
“I wanted to make sure that the customers would not feel that they need to go to restaurants all the time,” he said.
“In fact, we make it easy for them to have lunch and dinner at the restaurant.”
Arden Village has also become a hub for the local burger scene, which has grown rapidly over the past three years.
“We have been doing this for many years, so we are really happy with our success,” he added.
“It is a great way to have a local breakfast or lunch.”
The new Arden Village in Ville-la-Chauvre, north of Paris, opened in 2016.(AP: David Hartley) Food at ArdenVillage has changedThe food menu at ArdsVillage is a mix of local and international, with local food from the area including macaroni and cheese, sausages, roast beef, sausage, roast pork, grilled fish and chicken.
On the weekends, Ardsvillage offers a variety breakfast and afternoon menu, including sandwiches and pastries.
At lunchtime, the food menu changes, with sandwiches and breakfast, but also salads and breakfast.
The breakfast menu offers a range from fresh fruit, cheese and eggs to a range on the local side including sausage, ham and sausage.
The restaurant also offers a menu of local wines and beers.
However, the burgers and breakfast menu are the focus, with Ards Village offering an array to suit every taste and appetite.
“We are very happy to be the first burger and breakfast restaurant in the UK to offer that menu, and we hope to expand that in the coming years,” Mr Ville said.
He said the restaurant also aims to offer more local produce, from local cheeses to local mushrooms.
“In fact I can tell you that we are going to start producing some fresh mushrooms,” he joked.
“They are already in the market.
We will also be making the cheese and the sausage locally.”
ArdsVillages burger and brunch menu is a blend of local, national and international.(AP/Reuters: David McNew)The restaurant opened in a converted former dairy factory in the village, near the town of Arden.
It is run by chef Georges and his brother Pierre, and employs over 300 people.
Mr Ville’s father was a dairy farmer, but Mr Villes father died when he was in his 40s.
After his death, he took over the business, and Mr Velle now runs it.
“His death was the final straw for me,” he explained.
“The factory had been abandoned for over 50 years, and so he died in his sleep, surrounded by his family.”(AP: Alain Jocard)Ards Villages breakfast menu is made by chef and owner Georges.(AP)The first customersArds Village is the first in the country to offer a breakfast menu for customers outside of the comfort zone.
The food at Ardstains is a combination of local dishes such as grilled fish, sauerkraut and saucy pastries, and also includes a range off the local menu.
The menu includes a mix from the local cheesemongers, cheesemaking experts and vegans.
Mr Villages brother Pierre works as an assistant chef, and he said the family enjoyed working at ArdiesVillages.
“After my father’s death, my brother Pierre started cooking the restaurant, and that is where the idea for the menu came from,” he told the RTE news channel.
“He has also helped me with a lot of the other things that I do in the kitchen, such as making salads, and preparing the bread.”(Reuters: Alastair Grant)The menu at the Ards Village, north-east of Paris.(AP – Pool)Breakfast Ards villages breakfast buffet is made from local produce.(AP – Getty Images)Breaktime Ards is a local sandwich restaurant in France, which offers breakfast and late night lunch on a range in-house and local produce menus.(AP / Alain D